Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on January 22, 1969 · Page 18
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 18

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Wednesday, January 22, 1969
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IS-Wed.. January 22. 1969 Reno Kvrninc Gazette AREA PERSONS IN SERVICE Ken Rempel Spec. 4 Ken Rempel, son of Circus Circus Taxed $30,000 by State Gaming Board LAS VEGAS (AP) Circus; was slapped with a $30,000 tax1 Owner Jay Sarno told com-Circus was given another month Tuesday by the Nevada Gaming missioners the three-month-old to work out its finances but1 Commission. Icasino is in good financial shape but construction bills were bigger than expected. i be protected by notes and paid' off, with nine per cent interest, j within six months. The casino's license to oper-i "This hit us totally unaware today, Sarno told the commission. "You're saying we are told in a few days that we owe lieved movies shown at the Sahara Tahoe are subject to the tax. Sarno indicated he is considering a court appeal of the tax. Bill Trent, of Vegas Valley Electric Co., a lienholder, said he had met with Circus Circus officials and found new payment arrangements satisfactory. The management will pay off 40 per cent of the claims against it by Feb. 3, with the balance Court Limits Open Housing Repeal WASHINGTON (AP) Thei In an 8-1 decision the court requiring bans on housing dis-Supreme Court limited Monday, found Akron, Ohio, had put an crimination to have the approv-the power of cities to repeal unconstitutional "special bur- al of the majority of the voters open-housing laws. den" on its Negro residents by in the city. ate gambling was extended from Tuesday until Feb. 28 but Sarno $30,000 and must pay it." The commission said state law requires a tax on admissions, refreshments and services where there is entertainment at Mr. and Mrs. Art H. Rempel of Reno, will report for duty vith the U.S. Army Signal Corps in Vietnam after specialized training at Fort Lewis. Wash. Rempel has been stationed near Mannheim, Germany, for the last six months. David B. Miner Airman David B. Miner, son was told he must pay by Jan. 31 a 10 per cent tax on the $1 admission to the casino or face a fine. The underground home of the nrairie dog is one of the most j elaborate devised by an Ameri casinos. Members said they be can mammal. of Mrs. Georgrain B. Miner of Reno, has been graduated from a U.S. Air Force technical school at Sheppard AFB, Tex. " He was trained as a communications specialist and has been assigned to a unit of the Tactical Ar Command at Nellis AFB. Robert K. Lloyd , Marine Sgt. Robert K. Lloyd, sof of Mrs. Nettie P. Lloyd of Verdi, is serving with the Third Amphibian Tractor Battalion, First Marine Division in Vietnam. George P. Sadler George P. Sadler, son of Mrs. Alfred R. Sadler, Reno, has been promoted to technical sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. Sgt. Sadler is an electronics equipment technician at Hof Air Station, Germany. Robert A. Field Lt. (j.g.) Robert A. Field, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. 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