Nevada State Journal from Reno, Nevada on January 25, 1968 · Page 10
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Nevada State Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 10

Reno, Nevada
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Thursday, January 25, 1968
Page 10
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IS--Nevada State Journal Titutvfa't, .hnmtini f? N E W S o f f N E V A D A a n d C A L I F O R N I A Disneyland-like Gambling Hall Wins Approval The State CVuning Control Board recommended Wednesday conditional approval for a group of men to build a gambling hall in Las \ egas patterned after DiMie\land Nine men. all of them presently licensed at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, want permission under a new law to Mart construction on the Strip of a place called the "Circus Circus " The\ would initially invest $1.1 million The investors are headed by Jay J. Sarno w i t h 25 per cent and Jud D. Mclntosh with 22'2 per cent. Plans call for ten table games and 700 slot machines The \ote was unanimous on the three-man board but Chairman Frank Johnson said it wasn't his "most enthusiastic vote" but added the investors had given coopeiation and it was a "most imaginative idea." There are some seven conditions including prior approval of all loans to build the place; licensing ot key employes; permission in advance tor tn\one else to become a s'ockholder and contractors must be paid in full or the debt.-, must be outlined before the casino opens. This means the investors will have to come back in for their gambling permit later when the complex is completed. The application goes to the parent state gaming commission which meets Jan. 30 in Las Vegas Other non-restricted licenses recommended for approval included. --Morris. Norman and Robert E Shapiro and Bernard Whyman for 28 per cent in the Rainbow Club in Henderson for a total investment ot $140.000. --Mariano G Trevino for 50 per cent of the games at the Pussy Cat A Go Go on the Las Vegas Strip for $15,000. --Frank Mickel for two table games at Frank's Poker Parlor in Sparks. --Evelyn T. Primm to become a corporation officer without investment in the Pnma- donna casino in Reno. --Ernest Goodwin and James W. Newman to be corporate officers in the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas. --Dorothy E. Hartman to be licensed as executrix for the estate of her late husband who held 80 per cent of the gambling at the Maverick Club in North Las Vegas. --Joseph C. Larson and Lawrence P McCann for 50 per cent each in two 21 games in the Silver Dollar Saloon and Casino in Las Vegas. --Herbert M. Jones, a Las Vegas attorney and Nevada's Democratic National Committeeman for one per cent for $45,000 in the Four Queens in Las Vegas. --Eugene Maday for 51 slot machines at Gino's in Las Vegas The board recommended that the five new owners of the Horseshoe Club in Reno be given a permanent license after being assured that no civil suits have been filed against them in connection with the recent pur- chase. They were given a license to expire Jan. 31 when first approved by the commission. The board approved manufacturers and distributors licenses for the Raven Electronics Corporation and the Nevada Acceptance Corporation, both in Reno, to manufacture and distribute keno and electronic slot machines The officers in both corporations are William N. Penmng- ton, Richard C. Raven, Paul H. Lempke, Robert C. Horton and William V. Pennington. Also approved for a manufacturer and distributor s license was Bernard Shapiro who wants to make and provide electronic "reel 21, big six and match dice'' in Las Vegas. The board recommended denial of a bid by Westronics Inc., of Las Vegas to install quarter horse racing machines for a 60-day trial. The board said Westronics must be first licensed as a distributor and manufacturer before the trial approval could be given. And the board ordered the game now in Honest John's Hot Dogs in South Las Vegas to be removed. '* " ··· ' Con with ov*r 900 Kr*i orl ond Quality Discount Foods ^f · - · ,, ODDIE BLVD. 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