Nevada State Journal from Reno, Nevada on January 31, 1968 · Page 26
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Nevada State Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 26

Reno, Nevada
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Wednesday, January 31, 1968
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·-Nevada State Journal Wfdnesdat/. Jan. 31. 196S N E W S o f N E V A D A a n d C A L I F O R N I A Gaming Commission Delays License for 'Circus Circus' LAS \TG-\S i VPD - The Ne- son told the commission that the mand that casinos report he --Frank Mickel of Saskatche-as a corporate officer without acquire one per cent in the companies in Chicago, Spiral -ada Gaming Commission ap- group headed by Jay Sarno had names of persons winning $600 wan. Canada, to operate two investment but action on him Four Queens Hotel in Las Ve- Manufacturing Co. and B. H. N. proved eisht license applica- onlv 70 per cent of the needed or more in a single payoff. Con- poker games at Frank's Poker was deferred. gas for $45.000. Co. which in essence manufac- * *- _ r . . * .... , , TI. i r-ii · __ . _ r- i_ . . , ^ *.- nnn , r\,-, ..«.* v,.. ur.«·(· i-nn n tiit.Jstin nC A *· If\t*nox' f^Jio»«1£»t7 TriMMcrm ron_ turon QnH r'nrrnQQdnnPn tnP 11'JVS lion u Tuesdav but deferred ac- financing The state law re- trol Board Chairman Frank i Parlor in Sparks for $5,000. I --Dorothy Hartman, widow of Attorney Charles Johnson, rep- b.u to build a - quires 90 per cent before con- Johnson also was absent. --Evelyn Primm. wife of Er-| Albert Hartman, to be licensed resenting Westronics Corp., land-hpe resort on the Las Ye-struction can begin. A $1.5 mil-' In other action, the commis-' nest Pr i mm owner O f the las executrix of his estate withia Nevada corporation, quests Sirip hon loan \\as dropped out of the sion approved applications by: ip r imadonna Club in Reno, to t80 P er cent Meresi in the Mav-jtioned a state law requiring f c - - . , , » . « , . _.._· r,.^^^ ... 'erick Club in North Las Vegas.'manufacturers as well as dis- commission referred the original financing package Sar- -- Morr. Norman and Robert , be licensed as corporate officer former application of nine Caesars no would be the major stock- Shapiro, as well as Bernard wlthout investment. P.'lace luo.-isios to opjrate "(.'ir- holder with 25 per cent. Whyman to buy into the Ram- _ Ernest Goodwin, cus Circus" back to the Gaming Chairman George Dickerson bow Club in Henderson for a U.ntrol Board because the of the commission as well as total invesmtent of $140.000. ao , V6 «» «, ----- ... v~,,- T QC failed to meet state fi- member Norman Brown were! -Marvin Trevino of Flores- te officers in tne Flamingo Ho- smc , ' ln Las i absent because of a conference ville. Texas, to purchase 50 per tel Qn me Las Vegas strip Alex eacn -- Joseph Larson and Law- tributors to be licensed by the tured and comisssioned the manufacture of the equipment. Johnson said he interpreted the statute to mean the Chicago company would not have to be licensed under Nevada law. Lowry Reigns at Ball Special to the Journal W1NNEMUCCA -- Reigning at the 1968 Senior Ball in Albert Lowry High School were Carlo Recanzone and Queen Nancy Higbee. King Carlo is president of th« senior class. He was reared in Paradise on the Carlo Recan- zone ranch, has been active in in rence McCann to each acquire state. He contended Westronics u-o-p nancmg requirements. Board member Wayne Pear-,m Washington with _ - " Revenue Service officials. The on the Las _ . r- · stat e is protesting an IRS de-'$15,000. Forest Service Has Seminar On Avalanches Snow safety personnel from 3 number of California winter sports areas held a three-day A\alanche Control Course recently at Mammoth Mountain, in the Inyo National Forest The instruction was sponsored and given by the U.S. Forest Service. The Mammoth Mount a i n iki area cooperated by furnishing its facilities to the se- lejt group. Representatives from the Sugar Bowl, Boreal Ridge. Mt Reba. Heavenly Valley. .June Mountain, and Mammoth Mountain ski areas took the course, along with Forest Service snow ranger trainees. Internal cent of the Pussycat A Go Go,TM f Strip for b h o o t e y ' - « ingo, also was seeking licensing --Herbert Jones, Las Vegas attorney and Democratic national committeeman for Nevada to the Pep Club and in basket- The commission delayed any'ball. Queen Nancy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lamond Higbee, is $3,000 vada. However, the machinejit denied an application by Wes- active in the Pep Club, the used by the firm actually wasitronics to continue operation of Girls Athletic Association and 'J.-PT , if inn i-mTp« \Vunv,n 50 P er cent in two 21 8 ames at was an °P erator o1 ' the Quarter- action until the next meeting ' r i f/ * 1 I the Silver Dollar Saloon and Ca- horse Racing Machines in Ne- regarding the statute. However, , of Las Vegas to become corpor-^ jn Lag ag for ^^ However, the machine it denied an application by Wes- manufa'ctured by a Chicago the racing machine in Nevada'as a cheerleader. During her ' ' freshman and sophomore years company. Jonnson said there were two until there is a decision on the interpretation. she was class secretary. SUPER II STORES FORMER AM A LOCATION PRESENTS Library Names Reading Room Special to the Journal WIXNEMUCCA -- In the new Humbolrlt County Library at East Fifth and Baud streets, the conference room adjoning the mam reading room has been given the official name of Blair Read Nevada Room. The late Mrs. Read was a former library board member. Her husband. II E Read who owns the Golden Rule store here, has donated furnishings for the room. A Nevada collection of his- tprical and current materials w i l l be placed in the room along with rare books, conference tables and a typing area for library users. With funds donated to the memory of William Rutherford, former board member and secretary-manager of the Humboldt County Chamber of Commerce for a number of years, a rare bookcase will be added to the Blair Read Nevada Room. Gamers Fined Total of $2,100 Gazette-Journal Carson City Bureau CARSON CITY (UPI) - The Nevada Public Service Commission said Tuesday motor carriers were fined S2.100 during 1967, mostly for safety violations. Ed Brice. PSC chief investigator, said his staff traveled lite highways searching for trackers who violated the motor carrier laws He said the PSC was particularly interested in seeing that top safety standards were met, especially by passenger carriers. Patricia Neal To Film Play LONDON (UPI) -- Academy Award-winning actress Patricia Neal left for the United States Tuesday to film the prize- winning Broadway play "The Subject Was Roses." her first film S'jice the stroke she suffered uiree years ago. T f °el fine now and happy, althougn I shall miss my family while I'm ."'^v from Brit- am," she said. 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