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Sources: Mobster Ties: Blessing and Curse for Gambling Conglomerate (Part I)

“Bally Manufacturing Corporation History,”  fundinguniverse.com.

Chicago Tribune (Ill.), “Bally Corp.: A Name the World Will Gamble On,” Joseph Egelhof, Oct. 9, 1972.

Chicago Tribune (Ill.), “Firm Doesn’t Want Help of ‘Salesman,'” Sept. 17, 1973.

Encyclopedia of Chicago, “Bally Manufacturing Corp.,” encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org.

Lemons, Cherries and Bell Fruit Gum, Richard M. Bueschel, Royal Bell Books: Denver, 1995.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Bally Building New Plant: Bally Manufacturing Corp.,” June 14, 1989.

Sentinel Star (Orlando, Fla.), “Bally High Among Firms With Tie-Ins,” Howard Blum and Jeff Garth of The  New York Times, Feb. 7, 1978.

State of New Jersey Office of Administrative Law, “In Re Bally’s Casino Application, 10 N.J.A.R. 356, 356-423.

Reno Gazette-Journal (Nev.), “How Bally Manufacturing Cleaned Up Its Act,” Ken Miller, March 30, 1986.

The Capital Times (Madison, Wisc.), “Slot Machine Firm Links Mob, Teamsters Union,” Lowell Bergman and Dee Stevens of Pacific News Service, May 24, 1974.

The New York Times, “Teamster Fund’s Image,” Lee Dembart, July 12, 1976.

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