Nevada State Journal from Reno, Nevada on August 7, 1963 · Page 21
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8-Nevada State Journal Wednesday, August 7,1963 Two Denial Recommendations Mark Game Boa rd Meet te honey to* Wright" leii- than cnetandredth of «n ouijce: GuetteJounml tenon aty Bureau Two major bids for gambling Bcenses were recommended for denial yesterday by the State Gaming Control Board, and seven were taken under advisement until a splinter session Aug. 19. Included in the applications under advisement was a half-million dollar bid to take over the old Sans Soud Hotel-Casino on the Las Vegas "Strip" by a Mississippi oilman and a Las Vegas gambler. ' Ike P. LaRue Jr., Jackson, Miss., seeks to invest SflO.OOO for 75 per cent of the Castaways Casino, which will be the new name for the old Sam Soud. Eugene K. McCarlie, who has Unlimited ft Questioned i WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Sen Howard Cannon, D-Nev., yesterday questioned the policy of continuing unlimited foreign aid to eountries which have built their sconomies to the point they no longer require it. Cannon, in a newsletter to constituents, said the original aim ef such aid was to help nations maintain their independence and develop into self-supporting members of the free world. for several years, would inves $50,000 for 25 per cent and be general manager of the operation. Recommended for denial by the three-man board were Sam Presley Jr., Col. Ralph Hicks and Frank Skwier tor the Railroad Pass Casino on the Boulder City Highway, and Joseph L. O'Hare for the Hollywood Sports Book in Las Vegas. The board recommended rejection for the Railroad Pass Casino application for inadequate management provision, but indicated it may ask the State Gaming Commission to return the bid for more investigation. O'Hare, who sought to Invest reign Aid by Cannon tions who must deal with widespread poverty. But he said th» total foreign aid budget should be trimmed considerably. "While $400 million already has been cut from the foreign aid request, I am confident much more can be eliminated from the $4.5 Milton request without crippling the necessary features of the pro- eram." Cannon said. $20,000 in Hie Hollywood Sports -- Book, was t be of financing. --Paul A. Perry to invest. $30,000 "But in peeking to aid friend!} n a t i o n s , we have forgotten t don oft the spigots of U. S. aid once our objective is reached.' he said. "The list of recipien countries is growing, while admin istrators of the program show reluctance to eliminate prosper ous nations from it." Cannon said that, to meet mis problem, he had joined in spon soring an amendment barring "further gifts" to those countries which he said can pay their own way. "In many cases, we have rebuilt entire economies of nations which are now competing against us on more than an equal basis for world, markets, and yet these nations continue to receive U.S aid," he said. Cannon said he wanted to stress that not all foreign aid is bad He said H is necessary to military assistance to nations on the communist peripheiy, and to na Lumber Rate Measure Voted WASHINGTON (UPI) - The House Tuesday approved Senate- passed legislation designed to help the U.S. lumber Industry, especially in the Northwest, meet Canadian competition. The House approved by voice vote a bill which would, amend shipping laws to permit immediate decreases and increases in freight rates on lumber. Presley and Hicks were former- -- -- dered the license last January Railroad during the investigation of cheat U" """ ing and mismanagement charges Other major applications taken under advisement to be acted upon at a recess meeting Aug. 19 for commission action the following "ay, were: --Hugh L. Duncan to buy SO per cent of the Kit Carson Casino in Carson City from George Brazil for $11,000. LaVerne Duncan wants to be licensed as a corporate officer with no investment. --Michael Shapiro, Jack Novak, Albert Faccinto, Bert Quinn, Weidon Birdwell, William Boyle, Martin Exber, Rocco Parvaia, Thomas Musso and Joe Bailey want to invest $100,000 to buy 25 per cent of the estate of the late Larry Hezzelwood, former operator of the Las Vegas Club. All but Musso and Shapiro are Las Vegas Club em- ployes. Shapiro works for the Sands and Musso works at the El Cortez. --Eugene Keren as a corporate officer for the Silver Palace Las Vegas. --William D. Ellis and George Melford to each invest $8,000 for one per cent of the California Quo in Las Vegas. Boulder City Highway in County. -Benjamin Ball to invest |s6,-aid T. Traynor, Defcert N. 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