The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on January 22, 1984 · 324
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 324

Los Angeles, California
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Sunday, January 22, 1984
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flESOlTIAK33EHAINMEf BARGAIN G7TKZM(Z1U) U I Special Advertising Supplement TV TTn-vflT 1 jTr "71? FT 4 ! I -i 5 An instructor at the Imperial Palace explains to a group of attentive students what it means when 8 is your point at the dice table. 3rd Imperial Auto Run in final planning stages The third annual Imperial Palace Antique Auto Run is scheduled for Oct 26-28. Plans are being finalized for this year's event, and include a variety of entertainment, prizes and parties. The first and second runs, held in November for the past two years, covered a distance of 58 miles through the city of Las Vegas and the Red Rock Canyon area. This year's event will take a different route, with a change of scenery. A prime setting has been planned for this year's barbecue lunch stop. Celebrities who have participated in the past two events include singers Robert Goulet and Lovelace Watkins, comic Pat Cooper, Peter Marshall and two-time Indy 500 winner Rodger Ward. More than 60 vehicles were entered in the first year of the Imperial Palace Antique Auto Run; the second year featured more than 130. The Imperial Palace is ex- Please Turn to Page 66 mmmmmMUmmmimiMmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Imperial Palace offering instruction in etiquette of craps, '21 roulette The "table manners" taught daily at the Imperial Palace won't be found in advice by Amy Vanderbilt or Miss Manners. Instead of instruction on what to do with a demitasse spoon or a finger bowl, three young women at the Imperial Palace give free instruction on the polite way to take the dice in a crap game and how to ask for more cards in "21." Lessons are given four times a day in the Imperial Palace School of Gaming, located on the second floor of the shopping arcade. In this mini-casino overlooking the bustling 40,000 square foot casino, the atmosphere is casual. After time for basic instruction in craps, 21, roulette and mini-baccarat, guests practice what they've learned with mock chips on genuine gaming tables. Action is slow, with time for questions. Two classes a day, at 11 ajn. and 3 p.m., are devoted exclusively to craps. Here are a few points of etiquette at a crap table: Stand only at the padded area of the craps table. You must put money on the table to get chips. The dealer cannot take money from your hands or give you any. If you are the shooter, do not reach for the dice. The stickman will push them to you when it is time to throw. Once a shooter picks up the dice, keep hands off the table. Don't hold drinks, cigarettes or other items over the table. If you pick up a die off the floor, do not throw it back onto the table. Hand it . to a floorman or dealer. At the Imperial Palace School of Gaming, instructors teach the rules of the games, both written and unwritten, so novice gamblers can feel at ease in any casino. i h,lton i ?Lc Xn Fames? W from $39 $AQ Include I Two nights at tht Las Vegas Hilton. Late Show "Bal du Moulin Rouge" starring Suzanne Somers. Lounge show with cocktail. Discount meal coupons. Includes: Two nights at the Flamingo Hotel. Ute show of "City Lltes". Two Delicious Dinners. One Breakfast. S drinks at any Hotel Bar. 'Pf ptnon dovbf occuptncy. A wktnd turchirgt tpplltt to III (213) 929-2761 (714) 670-2067 Tinted in. 190,099 Sunday Times families plan to buy a new television within the coming year. Reach these proven spenders. LOS AKGELES TIKES The advertising advantage j aocpot m rlll wo cimra be $2500 FOR A LUXURIOUS ROOM AND FREE DREAM BOOK OF VALUES WORTH OVER $40. The Dream Book includes: 2 fori Folies Bergere Cocktail Show 2 fori breakfast and lunch buffet 2 fori cocktails Lots of terrific gaming coupons Special coupons for discounts in the Atrium Shopping Plaza. Call toll-free today for reservations, (800) 228-2828. TROPICA A Ramada Resort and Casino California. Arizona, and Utah resident only $25.00 per night. Mimic of double occupancy Garden or Lanai Room, subject to space availability. Sunday through Thursday One coupon book per room per stav. I wo night minimum May required Higher rates on weekend Not applicable if attending meetings or conventions. ( V

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