Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on December 13, 1979 · Page 18
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 18

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18 Reno Evening Gazette Thursday, December 13, 1979 'Tov Let' canned ew an or casno development funds PDmwriTV(iDI inliin tnlwln icl'jtm-o Inrt tha Pnnlrnl Rnarri Ihn m CARSON CITY (AP) - The "Toy Let" may have seemed like a funny name for a small Las Vegas slot operation but members of the state Gaming Control Board think otherwise. Board member Jack Stratton said Wednesday the name was "offensive" and he wouldn't vote for the limited slot license for eight siot machines until the name was changed. Other board members agreed, and the application from Margaret Wendt was deferred. In other action the Control Board recommended plans by Gary Yelverton to sell his 28 percent interest in the Landmark hotel-casino in Las Vegas to Zula Wolfram. Wolfram also got a recommendation to buy a one-third interest in the club from Louis Tickel. The board also recommended plans by Jake Schneider to sell his one-third interest in Sharkey's Nugget in Gardnerville to Sharkey Begovich. The board also endorsed plans by Howard Ban-chik to hold a 1 percent interest in the Treasury hotel-casino in Las Vegas. And Frank Stock and John D. Secrist were recommended to take over gaming at the Ranchinn in Elko from Hunt Sanford. Their plan is to lease the place and possiby buy it later. Also recommended was a plan by Charles McCus-key and Lawrence Sullivan to take over the Sagebrush Casino in Fallon from the Tom Wong estate. The board recommended denial of a limited gaming license at the Vagabond Motor Hotel in Las Vegas on grounds there was an unsuitable landlord. A similar recommendation was made for the Candlelight Lounge in Reno. Richard Balkany and Dennis Robie were recommended as shift managers at the MGM Grand hotel-casino in Reno. CARSON CITY ( AP) - A plan to help a Las Vegas hotel-casino and at the same time open up a new source of casino development revenues has been endorsed by the state Gaming Control Board. The board decided Wednesday to recommend a plan by Las Vegas Investors Ltd. to hold the gaming license at the King 8 Casino in Las Vegas. If approved by the Nevada Gaming Commission next week, the setup would mark the first use of new legislation. Attorney Jeff Silver, who lobbied successfully to get the bill through the Leg islature, told the Control Board the new systf m bypasses the old method of setting up an operating company to hold the casino license. At the same time, the change enables a limited partnership to avoid a "double tax" which results when profits from the casino operating firm go to the limited partnerships in the form of dividends. Those dividends have been taxed when received by the limited partnership. And later the individual partners had to pay a tax when they got their slice of the profits. HAS YOUR MAN TURNED COLD? HOUSE OF WOOL offers these fine Australian sheep skin products to warm him up Men's Jackets 260-s290 Boots SSliDDers $30-65 ii Men's Vests Mittens HOUSE OF WOOL Fine Sheep Skin Products For Men and Women 30 S.Wells Between 2nd and Kuenzli s120 s24 323-5836 Mon.-Fri. 9-5, Sat. 12-4 "THE STOCKROOM" Clearance Sale Wholesale Outlet For Work Clothing, Uniforms, Linen, Paper Products, Etc. WAREHOUSE CLOSE-OUTNEW & USED ONE DAY ONLY Saturday December 15th. 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Used Work Shirts Work Pants $100 I each Used Coveralls In Good Condition $100 $000 I to each NEW Wrangler Pants Jeans $59 Knits 5" Table cloths $2 Sheets ah sizes $1 00 Wash Cloths 12 for $1.00 plus NOVELTY IMPRINTED ITEMS T-Shirts, Hats, Flippy Fliers. Personoliied THE STOCK ROOM 2535 E. 5th Reno Open Daily 8 am to 3:30 pm, 323-41 1 0 i n - I.4,hS. 1 ' '" Sweater savings in all shapes & sizes i iy W pj 1 39.99 mm 4iM 19.99 to 39.99 Clockwise from top: Save 13 on "pineapple" stitch knits in Updated Sportswear The pattern is delicious! A blend of wool, acrylic and nylon. From a collection in solid colors or stripes. S.M.L. Orig. $38 24.99 Boucle wrap jacket from Junior World Give pants and skirts a suit look. Looped acrylic boucle in champagne, S.M.L. Reg. $45 39.99 Save 13 on Pointelle Cardigans in Women's World Lacy acrylic with two pockets, V-neck, in ivory, 38 to 46. Orig. $32 19.99 All-the-colors-of-the-rainbow handknit from Clubhouse Mix of purple, pink, mauve and teal in wooJrayon. Crew neck 34 sleeve. S.M.L. Reg. $66 39.99 (Except Concord and Southgate) Save 20 on boucle pullovers from Moderate Sportswear Wonderful open work texture in washable acrylic. New roll sleeve, flattering V-neck. Bright blue, violet, turquoise, jade, natural, red, S,M,L. Will be $36 27.99 Women's World Sweater Special Cardigans, tunics and pullovers in easy care knits, 3a to 44. Rich, wintry colors. 14.99 cmd OBE TY HOUSE i iVmfac c ft if rv HOLIDAY SHOPPING HOURS: OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 10 TO 9 SUNDAY 11 TO 6 1 CALL TOLL-FREE 24-HOURS: IN CALIFORNIA 800-772-3103. IN NEVADA 800-227-1830 'except 9:30-9 in Southland. San Francisco. Oakland. Concord; 10-9:30 at Dublin. Sunrise open Mon.-Fri. 10-9:30, Sat 10-9 Sunday 10 6

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