The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on October 20, 1985 · 353
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 353

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SPECIAL ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT LAS VEGAS -- - CIRCUS: Expansion, improvement under way Continued from 63rd Page tivities include the Tournament of Champions, the world's richest and most prestigious event for radio-controlled aerobatic aircraft. The annual Circus Circus-Nevada chili cookoffs have produced three world champions and attract more contestants than any other chili cookoffs. Growth, expansion and improvement are continuous. In Reno, the 27-story Circus Skyway opened in July with 900 rooms. In Las' Vegas, the new West Casino was opened in June, offering an additional 17,000 square feet of casino area. A second 1,000-car high-rise garage was completed, and construction is ahead of schedule on the Circus Skyrise, a 29-story tower consisting of 1,188 rooms, plus additional casino space, new restaurants and bars, a race and sports book, a third high-rise garage and a second branch of the Circus Sky Shuttle. Portions of the Skyrise are due for occupancy in December, with completion slated for April, 1986. Circus Circus Enterprises Inc., a corporate umbrella, embraces other properties. In Las Vegas, these include Slots-A-Fun Casino and Silver City Casino. For reservations to the Las Vegas Circus Circus, call (800) 634-3450. For the Reno Circus Circus, call (800) 648-5010. Leisand Oles! Sunday Times readers are over 300 more likely to travel to Hawaii or Mexico than the average U.S. adult. That's part of the findings in a recent survey conducted by Simmons Market Research Bureau, Inc. If your business is linked with travel, watch your profits go places with an advertising schedule in the Los Angeles Sunday Times. Call us today at (213) 972-3000 for details. Cos Angeles Simes This 1910 Buick Roadster, owned by Gil Klecan of San Diego, will be streaking down the Las Vegas Strip Saturday in the Fourth Annual Imperial Palace Antique Auto Run. Entered in the 144-mile run are 300 autre built before 1937. The caravan begins at 7 a.m. 8fS per person, dbl occup. Sunday through Thursday (excluding holidays) Weekends add J5.00 per person, per night (dbl occup ) Subject to availability. Expires 111485 For room' ' reservations call toll-free 800 634 6757 V Hotel & Casino Las Vegas Center Strip Home of ' "Lido de Paris" Daily flights from LAX & San Diego "Tftjut&A 3l?ayS,2,9htS HOTELS Sun.-Wed. '109 Vegas World 119 Tropicana 119 Circus Circus 139 Las Vegas Hilton 139 Flamingo Hilton Weekends Slightly Higher. All packages based on double occupancy. Cancellation Fees Apply 1-800-858-6877 Thurs.-Sat. If 29 Onerous Gamng Package 139 139 159 159 Includes Round Trip Airfare. Major Credit Cards Accepted. HOLIDAY EXPRESS Do The Continental ! $15 AND $20 FREE CHIPS (noiwwgotiAlt) Next time you stay in Las Vegas, do it right do the Continental. We have all the games, excitement, entertainment and food Las Vegas is famous for. Call Toll Free 1-800-634-6641 4100 Paradise Road Flamingo at Paradise Special room rate and chips available Sunday through Thuisday. excluding hotidaysconventions Rooms suctect to availability Reservations requred Hotel Continental CASINO AND RESORT LAS VEGAS DEPART FRIDAY! RETURN SUNDAY! octtiKffl?' BQs KDr ftm y& PAGE 66SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1985 CALENDAR LOS ANGELES TIMES

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