Independent from Long Beach, California on August 19, 1966 · Page 13
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Nevada to Make Hiding oi Casino Profit Difficult 7 CARSON CITY, Nev. (UPI) He raid the commission tered into the underworld. --Nevada gaming officiali in- was looking for a "composite R E P R E S ENTA1TVES of dicated Thursday they intend system" by which the money Harvey's Wagon Wheel at to tighten the rules for count- could be tabulated from the Lake Tahoe and the Spark s ing the winnings of casinos to time it leaves the gambling Nugget appeared voluntarily nwwpnt nnMih1« "«kimmin»" table until it sets to the count- Thursday before the commis- jprevent possible "skimming" table until it gets to the count- i jKaie naming · vonmiissioji we tun wnuui icanc^c «» [Clttirman Milton Keefer told far as any government agency Sa briefing of newsmen that can control it, such as the In- Regulations have been changed temal Revenue Service," Keef- itwice since 1959 to ensure er said. He made the com- Fofamreporttd profits. " ing room. sion to outline their proced '_.»*· G?m|nr Cpmrni5 S io n _ "We can control leakage, as "^'"^"Sos' have sent representatives to testify. Officials from Las Vegas were questioned individually. Those from northern Nevada . ment at the end of six days British actress Thursday sued Wife Sues TVCostar of 6 UNCLE SANTA MONICA (UPI) -Jill Ireland David Me Callum," star of television's "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.," for divorce, charging extreme cruelty. Miss Ireland sought custo dy of the couple's three fthat the state and federal gov- ment at tne end ot six days """",,"";,,, V. anDear liniments were getting their of hearings into charges thatwere allowed to appear fair share of taxes from gam- millions of dollars in gam- 8 P' . . !%'*· - bling winnings were being fil- ^1 ±,S-Ttg. fact However, it was noted that charges of skimming--a term used to denote money held out from total winnings --were leveled against Las Vegas casinos and not the northern N e v a d a gambling palaces. . "We haven't had a chance to assess all the information," Keefer said. He added that the investigation would con children, Paul, and Valentine, Jason, 4; She also Ballet of Los Angeles LLooks Like a Comer By DANIEL CARIAGA MUIW Critic , A series of five perform-i Snoes of four different programs marking the first resident season of the Ballet of Los. Angeles, opened Wednesday night in Scottish Rite Auditorium on Wilshire Boulevard with Act II of "Giselle," ihe world premiere of Stefan Wenta's "Jupiter Symphony," and a revival of Balanchine's "Serenade," to the familiar rrsic of Tschaikovsky A predominantly long-dress, black-tie audience greeted the young company with that reserved enthusiasm in which people who have paid up to $100 per seat (in a special sponsors' section) sometimes indulge. The Western Ballet Association, parent organization of the Ballet of Los Angeles, has projected plans to keep all ol its young dancers either busy enough, and/or steadily employed, in order to foster the growth'and artistic maturation which comes only through long and continuous associa Uon. Since just a few months have passed since the project was begun, it is too early to assess its eventual outcome However, from the evidenci of Wednesday's professional ijvel performance, and the talented people involved in signs of incomplete preparation in some portions of the asked all community property and support for herself and the children. The couple married in Lon don May 11, 1957 and sepa rated j une rdine to · s evening (notably in the outer movements of the Mozart Symphony), and a few disastrous bloopers from what seemed to be a largely inept orchestra. Yet, there were many lovely moments, several brilliant displays of technique, and enough high spirits illuminating the stage to compensate for a lighting crew apparently not present. Ignoring what was probably le worst playing of Mozart's 15, the 1965, ac- complaint. Jupiter" Symphony we have ver heard, we can express dmiration for Stefan Wenta's allet to that music. With (Miss) Kevyn O'Rourke, Robert Estner, Karel Shim- ff, John Williamson, and ohn Clifford as soloists, the ompany, wearing Jean Louis' abbreviated tunics over flesh- colored tights (what a shock he first time those costumes lew up, revealing -- well-nothing!), fulfilled Wenta's sometimes abstract, s o m e- imes continuous, realization of the work. * · * * THE ANDANTE, in partial ar a lovely pas de deux with Miss Shimoff and Williamson, added dimension to the music without violating either it; mood or its form. The Menu tinue and did not estimate when it would end. The hearings were initiated after the FBI testified in a federal court that it eavesdropped on conversations at Las Vegas hotel casinos to find out if unreported winnings were being shipped into the underworld. CASINO officials have said that the internal controls are too strict to permit skimming. The commission is also looking into charges that hoodlums have hidden interests in Las Vegas Strip casinos. Keefer said "no conclusion" has been reached whether this is true. They married a week after meeting and playing man and wife in the film "Robbery Under Arms." McCallum, 32, plays Ilya in the television series which costars Robert Vaughn. He began acting as a 13-year- old BBC radio performer, attended dramatic school in London and became a solid television performer in England before coming to Holly wood. IM IM*, UM., MOW. M*. ». w« INDEPENDENT--fay A-27 18-MONTH REIGN Beauty Queen Yearns for L.B. . He refused to comment on whether a supplemental probe was being conducted outside the hearing room into t h e charges of hidden ownership. "I can't comment for fear of jeopardizing the investigation," he said. talented neopic invmvuu m muuu ·. ".. -- i,, P we hav P e h?gh hopes for it etto,however,became^visual Success. THERE WERE, to be sure scherzo, very cute and great fun, but not really in the character of the piece. FOR THE MOST FUN IN THE THE NUTHOUSE IN WILMINGTON Jv MILES WEST OF LONG BEACH Tt 4-2109 Closed Mon. Tues. Action Starts at 9 p.m. a l s o declined to say whether the FBI has been asked to testify. Nevada gamblers reported they won $328 million last year before taxes and business expenses. They paid the state about $16 million in taxes. BACHELOR CLUB CRUISE cuum OR? Vegas Hotel Construction to Resume LAS VEGAS #) -- Construction resumes Monday on he 27-story Landmark Tower hotel-casino after three years of idleness, builder Frank Carroll said Thursday. The builder said new owners of the structure -- to be called Plaza Towers, Inc. -completed negotiations with the central teamsters union pension fund for a $5.5 million construction loan. Attorney Sheldon P. Sandier of Kansas City, Carroll's lawyer, said escrow papers were cleared and deposited with Security Title Insurance and Escrow Co. in Las Vegas. The builders say the massive building is expected to be completed in early 1967. BEAUTY VIEWS REVIEW Ingrid (Fiffi) Finger, Miss International Beauty for 1965-66, reviews troops of the U.S. Army's 2nd Infantry Brigade near her home in West Germany after the unit had named her "Girl of the Year." Miss Finger is homesick for Long Beach and will return to crown her successor at the International Beauty Congress Feb. 7-18. Ingrid (Fiffi) Finger of Germ a n y, Miss International Beauty for 1965-66, is eager to return to Long Beach, the site of her coronation. Unlike queens of the past, though. Miss Finger will have an extra long wait as well as an extra long reign. Because the International Beauty Congress has been rescheduled for February instead of August, Miss Finger will reign as the most beautiful woman in the world for a year and a half. She is presently carrying out her reign from her home in Furth, Bavaria, in Ger many, but she is homesick fo Long Beach. "I am quite impatient U come back to Long Beach, she wrote recently. "I thin often of the days of the con test and sometimes I eve think winning it was just dream." But it was no dream, a Miss Finger must have rea lized sometime during th last hectic year. Personal ap pearances, television inte lews, tours, film-making an Judge Orders Jayne to Exhibit Form (Tax) CARACAS (UPI) -- A dis trict judge changed his mind had other ideas. Upon emerging from court, she gushed Thursday and decided wanted to take a closer look at Jayne Mansfield's tax form. The bosomy U.S. actress Miss Mansfield, however. "I've fallen in love with Venezuela." Apparently, the judge took today to hearing. The ittend yet anothe has been on a court-enforced her at her word. Thursday h vacation in this capital cityjannounced she would have to for the past eight days be-|remain in the country throuRl cause of alleged tax indiscretions. A district judpe Wednesday decided the problem--the altering of her tax form--was not her fault and said she could leave the country after paying a $220 fine. ; er regular job as a fashfon odel have kept her P«hy usy. \ As Miss International, l)ie sited 10 countries in Eurdpe nd the Middle East, inclttd- ig three behind the Iron Cpr- ain. The U.S. Army's 3rd tn- antry Division stationed -in jermany named her "Marne Anniversary Girl" and we [vision's 2nd Brigade narrfed er "Girl of the Year," a title estowed upon actress EHce iommer last year. j Besides her film work, ihe has been taking voice lessons and already has a record on he market, with a contract o record two more. Miss Finger will return to Long Beach, and "home," to crown her successor during the beauty congress on Feb. 7-18. Until then, she will undoubtedly remain very busy. "The year passed like- a dream," she wrote. "Whir- ever I appeared I was treajed like a queen." ·: Perhaps that was beacaiise she is a queen. - · NEWEST' [TEENAGE NITE CLUB DANCING NIGHTLY FROM » P.M. ' F*«turinq: Augutt II »htu 2lit Thuri., Fridiy, Sit. » SuneUy The EMPERORS RKkrt *wn n lh» oiv m nw · ml nrlmlin HIM. rvlsed · From U Yn. cf AM · School Clollw · No Ltauor GAY 90's A Go-Go ,il l,am (Wondo 5 Willov fo Palm 2501 PALM DRIVE · Drirt, Turn left ol« b/oc* · GA 7-32161 feels even though she may not he responsible for the tax indiscretion, she should he able to help pinpoint who was the culprit. FUN AND GAMES! 2 DAYS -- 2 NIGHTS ' Crulw aboard a 100-ff. Yacht. ' Just bring your tcothbruih. , W« furnish lha rest ... ' FRI. NITE TO SUNDAY NITE Nothing like it in the world! 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', i *· HAS SCIENCE WON THE BATTLE AGAINST OLD AGE? Many doctors and medical researchers claim we should be living to the age of 150 -and vital, active, and attractive for past twice today's average lifetime. What can we do to slow down the aging process? A growing number of cndocrinologists, gcrentologists, and other specialists say important breakthroughs have already been made. Cellular therapy -- the implantation of vital embryonic matter from the fetus of a sheep, calf. or dog into the human system --is already performing wonders, they say. And often cellular therapy is reported equally miraculous in treating problems of children and those young in years. Ruth Nathan has been making a comprehensive study of science's exploration of the aging phenomenon, and what research is doing to help us look and stay young. Her fascinating report will appear in the Independent, Press-Telegram in five daily installments starting next Sunday. a 5-part report on what roioarch It doing to holp MI look and stay yowif. starting Sunday IN THE INDEPENDENT, PRESS-TELEGRAM

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