The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on October 25, 1987 · 397
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 397

Publication:
Location:
Los Angeles, California
Issue Date:
Sunday, October 25, 1987
Page:
397
Start Free Trial
Cancel

ADVERT I SINGj SPiCIAl : S U M I i M t HI LAS VEGAS Imperial Palace honored as top employer laTHitage Per Penan. Dbl. Oeeuoanev SAVE THIS AD AND PRESENT UPON ROOM RATE j & oo HQ CHECK-IN GOOD THROUGH 112587. Sundoy thru Thursday only, one coupon per stay. Subject to availability. Not applicable for groups, conventions, holidays, or with ony special promotions. Non-commissionoble. Free Shuttle Service to The Strip CASINO PLAY $10 CASINO PLAY PER ROOM. lace, said, "The Governor's Committee for the Handicapped is but one agency that we work with in recruiting employees with handicaps." The Imperial Palace also recruits employees from the Veterans Administration, Nevada Business Services, Targeted Job Tax Credit Program, Rancho High School's Disadvantaged Children, Over 55 Program for Seniors and the Nevada Equal Rights Commission. "In working with all of these agencies, we have found many productive and dedicated employees," Albury said. "These programs benefit not just us, but those individuals out there who want to work but find it so difficult to secure employment." The Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino has been named "Employer of the Year" by the Governor's Committee for the Handicapped. The hotel received this honor for its extensive hiring of the handicapped. Imperial Palace General Manager E. Crispell attended the 10th Annual Governor's Awards Recognition Luncheon recently to accept the award on behalf of the hotel. Lt. Gov. Bob Miller presented Crispell a plaque, which was inscribed with "For Outstanding Contribution in Employment and Community Support for Programs Which Serve Persons with Disabilities in the State of Nevada." Shirley Albury, director of human resources at the Imperial Pa Subject ro cancellation wo notice. FIRST NIGHT ONLY. 21 YEARS OR OLDER HOTEL AND CASINO CALL TOLL FREE 1-600-634-6617 377 E. FLAMINGO RD LAS VEGAS, NV 89109 JUST EAST OF DALLY GRAND eaOaOuuuuaOOuul Hotel Only Air and Hotel Lady Luck Hotel Continental $29.95 $ 99.95 Stardust $35.95 $104.95 Union Plaza $45.95 $109.95 Sahara Imperial Palace $45.95 $115.95 Golden Nugget $55.95 $119.95 Tropicana $55.95 $134.95 Flamingo & Las Vegas Hilton $59.95 $135.95 0 Lb A Z . Wfifor''' Piiiii Mil iT II n iMiii JlBPHBBPBHPlI i , &i Additional hotels available Weekend prices higher. Packages Include: 2 Nights Hotel Taxes FunBook Showpak. Fly round trip from Ontario via 0ta&- cui now mi free FUNVW HOUDWS FUNJET INC. Charlie Charles, who owns the smallest ridable bicycle ever built as cited in the "Guineas Book of World Records," performs bike-mounted gymnastics at Circus Circus HotelCasino. Charles and his wife and partner, Kathy, can be seen free of charge daily at Circus Circus. Another effort to bring back Houdini "Houdini's wife tried to contact him for 10 years after his death. We're just trying to keep the tradition going," explained Dixie Dool-ey, "magician in residence" at the Holiday Casino on the Center Strip. The second annual Houdini Seance, open free to the public, will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. on the stage of the Las Vegas Public Library in the East Charleston Mall on Charleston Boulevard. Rare items never seen on the West Coast once belonging to the great magician, including 27 silent movie posters, a photo of Houdini's mother and also an original French poster from the 1954 movie "Houdini" starring Tony Curtis, will be on display. Dooley and members of the audience will use the memorabilia, found in the Houdini mansion in New York, in an attempt to contact Houdini, who died in 1926. Dooley has been retracing Houdini's footsteps for the past 10 years. l-m-222-2025 V M&storCtfd only. Ml prieM pit penon. (tout occupancy. Mekands, hobdayi and convmion pmodi suojicl to nrctiHgek Cliowlilil(.llUtawrxc4 OPEN 1 DAYS 7:00iJii-1W0pjn. I I; -LT 1 A II 2WaysTbWin 2WaysTbWin PER PERSON PER NIGHT PLUS HOTEL CASINO AND COUNTRY CLUB TWO WAYS TO WIN AT THE DUNES IMPERIAL TREASURES BONUS BOOK 2 DAYS 1 NIGHT EVENTS Luxurious Room Accommodations FREE Welcome Cocktail FREE Slot Pull (Win Special Prizes) FREE Keno Ticket (Win up to $50,000) FREE Gaming School Admission $2.00 Discount to "Legends In Concert" Auto Collection Admission Discount OouHt ocaMnry, Vnooy thn. Thursday wiry, mbjcct to room avalaMNy. MMduaki .Sultan's Fantasy lackage Includes- 3 Days2 Nights Deluxe room accommodations Free use of rental car for one day with unlimited mileage Buffet Breakfast Oasis Lounge Show with 2 drinks Main Show with 2 drinks or Free Dinner Buffet Free Keno Ticket $100 value fun book . All taxes and gratuities TA Commissionable 1-800-634-6971 from Burbank, LAX, Ontario, San Diego includes Round Trip Air, Tower Room, All Taxes, Free VIP Book Call (800) 542-7433 or (213) 272-9961 onay, not oood for potions ommBnfl mcclttQi or conwnMo.ii. One frM potion pot fUry. Offor wbjoct to cmcoflotlon wWiout nodes. Continued from Page 87 and Yurij (Casbar Lounge). Sands Indefinite: "Star Shop." Stardust Indefinite: "Lido de Paris." Tropicana Indefinite: "Folies Bergere." Union Plaza Opening Oct. 27: "Natalie Needs a Nightie," running indefinitely. CALENDARLOS ANGELES TIMES Price per person double occupancy. Subject to availability and change. Sunday through Thursday weekends slightly higher. Extra nights available. CXL fee applies. PAGE 88SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1987

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 14,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Los Angeles Times
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free