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Caesars World reset a meeting for July 13.

June 15, 1987

The special stockholders' meeting was postponed from Friday because, as previously reported, a federal judge in Los Angeles ruled that the Los Angeles-based casino operator must send out revised proxy material. The meeting was called to vote on management's proposed $1-billion recapitalization plan and anti-takeover measures. The judge also blocked Martin T. Sosnoff's tender offer, saying the financing would have to be changed.

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