Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on September 9, 1982 · Page 32
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Moody claims Glick involved at Stardust Republican gubernatorial hopeful Mike Moody alleged Wednesday that former Argent Corp. head Allen Glick, who was forced out of Nevada gaming three years ago, continues to be involved in the Stardust Hotel on the Las Vegas strip a charge denied by a Nevada gaming official. "Allen.Glick is still involved in the Stardust Hotel," said Moody. "They just reshuffle the cards periodically while the players remain the same." Moody told reporters at a news conference in Las Vegas that a corporation called the Cobra Group, Inc., invested $66 million in the Stardust in 1979 and Glick was listed as a director of Cobra. He said the investment was made a year after Glick was forced from gaming; however, Glick actually sold the Stardust and Fremont hotel-casinos to Alan Sachs on Nov. 30, 1979. State Gaming Control Board member Dale Askew said Wednesday he had never heard of Cobra Group, Inc. "It is true that Allen Glick is involved in the Stardust, but he is a creditor," said Askew. "He sold his resorts to Trans-Sterling and continues to receive monthly payments. He is precluded, however, from having any say in the operations of the resorts. Those monthly payments are the extent of his involvement." ; Glick was forced to sell the resorts by Nevada Cavnar gains ex-school official's support gaming authorities in the wake of the disclosure of a multimillion dollar slot skimming operation at his Argent Corp. resorts. Glick borrowed $62.7 million from the Teamsters Union Pension Funds to purchase the two resorts in the mid-1970s. Federal officials have been conducting an ongoing investigation of Sachs and partner Herb Tobman, alleging criminal activities in the operations of the two resorts, as well as their Sundance Hotel-Casino downtown. "The governor had admitted taking a large, Undisclosed contribution from the Stardust, so it was no surprise in January when he blasted the FBI and defended the Stardust management," said Moody. "Special interest groups are manipulating the governor," said Moody, who called for campaign reporting reforms to prevent undisclosed contributions. The candidate said a published poll this week showing barely half of the Republican voters in the state supporting the incumbent was "the kiss of death for List." "The governor's finished," said Moody, who held the press conference in a children's playground as his way of illustrating List using Nevada as his "personal playground for 12 years." "The governor has no chance of winning in November," Moody said. 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