We Just Hope

Taking a gamble on Frank

When I was 65, it was a very good

year.

It was a very good year for

President's pals and Capital

show, For birthday affairs and Las

Vegas dough.

It was a very good year.

So Frank Sinatra might have crooned last week after asking the Nevada Gaming Control Board for a gaming license so that he can become a consultant to Caesar's Palace. He once had an operator's license but lost it in 1963 because of his reputed association with Chicago Mafia Don Sam ("Momo") Giancana.

Board Chairman Richard Bunker reminded...

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